# Associations to the word «Infinity»

## Noun

- Gauntlet
- Eternity
- Axiom
- Singularity
- Cantor
- Gem
- Vertex
- Integral
- Avenger
- Zero
- Nostalgia
- Disney
- Dope
- Surfer
- Marvel
- Til
- Plus
- Polynomial
- Integer
- Emptiness
- Magus
- Paradox
- Negation
- Universe
- Adapter
- Geometry
- Calculus
- Figurine
- Immortality
- Plurality
- Theorem
- Prism
- Fourier
- Hilbert
- Lens
- Storyline
- Void
- Aristotle
- Subspace
- Loki
- Broadcasting
- Limit
- Nebula
- Cosmology
- Radius
- Euler
- Divergence
- Wallis
- Abyss
- Spiral
- Horizon
- Cosmos
- Relativity
- Omega
- Probability
- Exponent
- Descartes
- Space
- Iteration
- Arc
- Goe
- Superhero
- Perfection

## Adjective

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

INFINITY, noun. (uncountable) Endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of a beginning, end or limits to size.

INFINITY, noun. (countable) (mathematics) A number that has an infinite numerical value that cannot be counted.

INFINITY, noun. (countable) (topology) (analysis) An idealised point which is said to be approached by sequences of values whose magnitudes increase without bound.

INFINITY, noun. (uncountable) A number which is very large compared to some characteristic number. For example, in optics, an object which is much further away than the focal length of a lens is said to be "at infinity", as the distance of the image from the lens varies very little as the distance increases further.

INFINITY, noun. (uncountable) The symbol ∞.

INFINITY POOL, noun. Alternative form of infinity-edge pool

INFINITY POOLS, noun. Plural of infinity pool

INFINITY SCARF, noun. A neckwarmer resembling a scarf, but forming a loop with no ends.

INFINITY SCARVES, noun. Plural of infinity scarf

INFINITY SYMBOL, noun. A lemniscate; a figure that resembles a horizontal number 8 and represents infinity (∞).

INFINITY SYMBOLS, noun. Plural of infinity symbol

## Dictionary definition

INFINITY, noun. Time without end.

## Wise words

Life has no meaning unless one lives it with a will, at
least to the limit of one's will. Virtue, good, evil are
nothing but words, unless one takes them apart in order to
build something with them; they do not win their true
meaning until one knows how to apply them.